Photo Courtesy of Assemblyman Miller’s Office
Assemblyman Miller joined members of the 102nd Precinct Community Council for a quick picture at Saturday’s “Building Bridges” event.
By Michael V. Cusenza
In an effort to strengthen the unique bond between cops and the neighborhoods they protect and serve, the 102nd Precinct Community Council on Saturday organized a free block party of sorts filled with activities, entertainment, eats—and plenty of police interaction.
Mother Nature cooperated as hundreds of South Queens families gathered outside the 102nd Precinct stationhouse on 118th Street in Richmond Hill for the five-hour “Building Bridges between the Community & the Police” event.
“I would like to thank the 102nd Precinct Community Council for providing a fun atmosphere for the community to interact with officers of the 102nd Precinct,” said Assemblyman Mike Miller (D-Woodhaven).
“Thank you for all that you do for the neighborhood!” added City Councilwoman Adrienne Adams (D-Jamaica).